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A great tip, and good example of using LS2J in LotusScript

By Andrew Pollack on 08/30/2004 at 09:41 AM EDT

I don't normally do a lot of outside linking to places that require a member log-in to read the content, but this tip is particularly good. It may even be good enough to justify submitting your email address and risking getting some mail (though I've never had an issue with these guys).

The tip shows how to zip files from within LotusScript -- which is only a little interesting, but what's really cool about it IMO, is that its a very clear and simple example of calling a Java class directly in LotusScript in a cross platform way. The example is well thought out.
Click here to see the tip at Search Domino


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Small correction - it is LS2J, not LSJ2...By Rock on 08/31/2004 at 09:52 AM EDT
And yeah, that is a great suggestion and a practical example of why it is kewl.
doh! Even with spell check I remain typo-guyBy Andrew Pollack on 08/31/2004 at 10:42 AM EDT


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